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Pockets: Forgiveness

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 Under: Children's

Pockets: Connecting Kids and God the Other Six Days

http://pockets.upperroom.org/writers-guidelines

Designed for 8-to-12-year-olds, Pockets magazine offers wholesome devotional readings that teach about God’s love and presence in life. The content includes fiction, scripture stories, puzzles and games, poems, recipes, colorful pictures, activities, and scripture readings. Freelance submissions of stories, poems, recipes, puzzles and games, and activities are welcome. The magazine is published monthly (except in February).

March 2013                                    

Theme: Forgiveness                        

Due:  8/1/12

Children have a strong sense of what is and is not “fair” and often have a difficult time forgiving someone who has wronged them (as do adults!). Admitting fault and asking for forgiveness is often equally challenging. In ways that are relevant to children’s everyday lives, this issue should explore what it means to forgive, to be forgiven, and to be reconciled. Why do we need to forgive? How do we forgive? What does it mean to forgive “seventy-seven times” (Matthew18:22 NRSV)? Many of us have been taught that we should “just forgive and forget,” but that advice is rarely helpful. We want to reflect the genuine struggle involved in forgiving and in asking for forgiveness. (Caution: Stories that deal with children being harmed should never suggest that forgiving means tolerating abuse.)

In : Children's 


Tags: "christian writers" 
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Pockets: Forgiveness

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 Under: Children's

Pockets: Connecting Kids and God the Other Six Days

http://pockets.upperroom.org/writers-guidelines

Designed for 8-to-12-year-olds, Pockets magazine offers wholesome devotional readings that teach about God’s love and presence in life. The content includes fiction, scripture stories, puzzles and games, poems, recipes, colorful pictures, activities, and scripture readings. Freelance submissions of stories, poems, recipes, puzzles and games, and activities are welcome. The magazine is published monthly (except in February).

March 2013                                    

Theme: Forgiveness                        

Due:  8/1/12

Children have a strong sense of what is and is not “fair” and often have a difficult time forgiving someone who has wronged them (as do adults!). Admitting fault and asking for forgiveness is often equally challenging. In ways that are relevant to children’s everyday lives, this issue should explore what it means to forgive, to be forgiven, and to be reconciled. Why do we need to forgive? How do we forgive? What does it mean to forgive “seventy-seven times” (Matthew18:22 NRSV)? Many of us have been taught that we should “just forgive and forget,” but that advice is rarely helpful. We want to reflect the genuine struggle involved in forgiving and in asking for forgiveness. (Caution: Stories that deal with children being harmed should never suggest that forgiving means tolerating abuse.)

In : Children's 


Tags: "christian writers" 
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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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